SHH presents Soul Portrait – Solo Exhibition by Haruyo Morita 12 MAR 2015 – 7.30pm – Parramatta

SHH presents Soul Portrait – Solo Exhibition by Haruyo Morita 12 MAR 2015 – 7.30pm – Parramatta

SHH presents Soul Portrait – Solo Exhibition by Haruyo Morita 12 MAR 2015 – 7.30pm – Parramatta

Soul Portrait

Haruyo Morita – Shh – Solo Exhibition

We are opening our gallery exhibitions at Shh Centre 4 Hybrid Arts with a very special artist Haruyo Morita.

Join us for a very different gallery experience. It will be mystical, it will be ritualistic, it will be a night to remember!

‘I believe each day, each experience and emotional encounter affects the appearance of our soul, it’s shape, colour and light. I wanted to capture these changes in the moment…’
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Exhibition
Join us for opening night drinks and some very special food prepared by a chef: Shu Wen Cheng. It will be delicious!

7.30pm Thursday 12 March 2015 at SHH Centre 4 Hybrid Arts.

WHERE:
Shh Centre 4 Hybrid Arts
9 Albert Street North Parramatta
(cr Albert & O’connell St) (There is plenty of Parking available)
http://www.shh.org.au

GOOGLE MAP REFERENCE
Exhibition continues till 2nd of April 2015

RSVP HERE

Haruyo Morita Biography
Haruyo Morita is a Japanese born artist. She is a practitioner of the Japanese art of Reiki, an ancient healing technique that uses the energy of one person to heal another. While practicing Reiki, Haruyo became aware of the unique frequency of her body’s vibrations and decided to paint what she ‘felt’ rather than what she saw.

“What I experience during a day changes my emotions and energy. Which in turn affects the frequency of my vibration,” says Haruyo. “Who I am now is only for a specific moment in time. Which means I am changing all the time. I have a desire to capture those unique moments and express them through my painting.”

Haruyo’s technique is rooted in Japanese tradition (she uses Japanese calligraphy ink, washi paper, mineral pigment and gold leaf). However, the paintings she creates are far from traditional. They are spontaneous, organic and originate from deep inside her being.

In a world that has become disconnected from spirituality, Haruyo believes her art can make people more aware of their spiritual side.

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